perplex in English

verb
1
(of something complicated or unaccountable) cause (someone) to feel completely baffled.
she was perplexed by her husband's moodiness

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Below are sample sentences containing the word "perplex" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "perplex", or refer to the context using the word "perplex" in the English Dictionary.

1. 12 Don't perplex the issue.

2. Confusticate - to confuse, confound or perplex

3. 28 Do not perplex the issue.

4. The disease has continued to perplex doctors.

5. 23 The new tax laws perplex me.

6. By undue profoundity we perplex and enfeeble thought.

7. 1 The disease has continued to perplex doctors.

8. Seems like because endure one week constipation to perplex.

9. 24 But fitting the tracksuit seemed to perplex Dolce.

10. 22 I have no wish to perplex the issue.

11. 27 By undue profoundity we perplex and enfeeble thought.

12. 26 This maker continues to perplex me with this wine.

13. “Anyway” and “any way” are two that often perplex writers

14. As verbs the difference between confuscate and Confusticate is that confuscate is to confuse, confound, or perplex while Confusticate is (transitiveinformalchieflyus) to confuse, confound or perplex.

15. As verbs the difference between Confuscate and confusticate is that Confuscate is to confuse, confound, or perplex while confusticate is (transitiveinformalchieflyus) to confuse, confound or perplex.

16. Confusticate (Verb) To confuse, confound or perplex. How to pronounce Confusticate?

17. Confusticate meaning (informal, chiefly US) To confuse, confound, or perplex.

18. Confuscate (Verb) to confuse, confound, perplex; to complicate. How to pronounce Confuscate?

19. Confuscate meaning Alternative form of Confusticate: to confuse, confound, perplex; to complicate.

20. 25 In reality,(www.Sentencedict.com) careers and the workplace perplex me entirely.

21. Bewilder definition, to confuse or puzzle completely; perplex: These shifting attitudes Bewilder me

22. 38 synonyms for Befuddle: confuse, puzzle, baffle, bewilder, muddle, daze, perplex, mystify, disorient

23. Confuscate meaning Alternative form of confusticate: to confuse, confound, perplex; to complicate.

24. 21 Solly's climb was to perplex and stretch the best climbers for decades.

25. Synonyms for Bemuse include confuse, puzzle, bewilder, muddle, perplex, baffle, confound, addle, flummox and mystify

26. Synonyms for Befuddle include baffle, confound, confuse, bemuse, mystify, perplex, puzzle, bewilder, flummox and stupefy

27. 31 synonyms for Addle: confuse, bewilder, mix up, muddle, perplex, fluster, stupefy, befuddle, fuddle, go

28. Synonyms for Confusticate include confuscate, confuse, confound, perplex, bewilder, puzzle, baffle, bemuse, dumbfound and mystify

29. Beset, trouble, plague, harass, badger, perplex, pester, entangle, bedevilbox Buffeted by social and political upheavals

30. Synonyms for Becloud include obscure, muddy, confuse, obfuscate, blur, cloud, confound, mystify, perplex and puzzle

31. Baffle definition, to confuse, bewilder, or perplex: He was Baffled by the technical language of the instructions

32. 30 Even if the technological aspects are fully understood, the application of the law to them may still perplex.

33. Confound definition, to perplex or amaze, especially by a sudden disturbance or surprise; bewilder; confuse: The complicated directions Confounded him

34. 24 Perplex a teacher on the language lesson most of is a kid reading and writing skill of exaltation.

35. Confuscate (third-person singular simple present Confuscates, present participle confuscating, simple past and past participle Confuscated) To confuse, confound, or perplex

36. Befuddle (third-person singular simple present Befuddles, present participle befuddling, simple past and past participle Befuddled) ( transitive ) To perplex , confuse (someone)

37. Befuddle (third-person singular simple present Befuddles, present participle befuddling, simple past and past participle befuddled) To perplex, confuse (someone)

38. The verb to bemuse means to confuse, to puzzle or to perplex and the noun bemusement means the feeling of being Bemused

39. Confuscate (third-person singular simple present Confuscates, present participle confuscating, simple past and past participle Confuscated) To confuse, confound, or perplex

40. To confuse or perplex, especially so as to frustrate or prevent from taking action: a patient whose condition Baffled the physicians

41. As verbs the difference between confound and Confuscate is that confound is to confuse; to mix up; to puzzle while Confuscate is to confuse, confound, or perplex

42. This page shows answers to the clue Captious, followed by 3 definitions like “Apt to catch at faults”, “Fitted to harass, perplex, or insnare” and “Peevish; ready to take offence or find fault”.A synonym for Captious is fault-finding.

43. Abash (v.) "perplex or embarrass by suddenly exciting the conscience, discomfit, make ashamed," late 14c., earlier "lose one's composure, be upset" (early 14c.), from Old French esbaiss-, present stem of esbaer "lose one's composure, be startled, be stunned."

44. Bewilder (v.) 1680s, "confuse as to direction or situation," also, figuratively, "perplex, puzzle, confuse," from be-"thoroughly" + archaic wilder "lead astray, lure into the wilds," which is probably a back-formation from wilderness.An earlier word with the same sense was bewhape (early 14c.) and there is a …

45. Consternation (n.) "astonishment combined with terror," 1610s, from French Consternation "dismay, confusion," from Latin Consternationem (nominative consternatio) "confusion, dismay," noun of state from past-participle stem of consternare "overcome, confuse, dismay, perplex, terrify, alarm," which is probably related to consternere "throw down, prostrate," from assimilated form of com-, here